Vines High School

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W.A. Vines High School
1401 Highedge Drive
Plano, Texas, (Collin County) 75075
United States
Coordinates 33°01′05″N 96°44′38″W / 33.017934°N 96.743766°W / 33.017934; -96.743766Coordinates: 33°01′05″N 96°44′38″W / 33.017934°N 96.743766°W / 33.017934; -96.743766
School type Public school (government funded), high school
Motto Valor Honor Scholarship
Established 1976 (1976)
School district Plano Independent School District
NCES District ID 4835100[1]
CEEB code 445567
NCES School ID 483510003974[2]
Principal Shauna Sanchez
Faculty 77.03 (on an FTE basis)[2]
Enrollment 1,160[3]
Average class size 20-30
Student to teacher ratio 15.32[2]
Language English
Campus Suburban
Purple and white
Fight song University of Texas Fight Song
Mascot Vikings
Feeder schools Wilson Middle School and Haggard Middle School
Feeder to Plano Senior High School

W. A. Vines High School (commonly Vines or VHS) is a free co-educational secondary school in Plano, Texas (USA) serving grades nine and ten. Wilson and Haggard Middle Schools feed into Vines. Founded in 1976, the school is part of the Plano Independent School District, which is accredited by the Texas Education Agency.[4] The school colors are purple and white, and the school mascot is the Viking. Vines is one of six high schools in PISD, and is one of two that feed into Plano Senior High School.[5]


Vines now offers three Advanced Placement (AP) classes: Human Geography, European History and World History.


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